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  • Sandeep
    The object of perception is inherent. The perceiver of the object of perception is also inherent. For perceiving to happen, both the perceiver and the object
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 14, 2003
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      The object of perception is inherent.
       
      The perceiver of the object of perception is also inherent.
       
      For perceiving to happen, both the perceiver and the object of perception,........both arise together and both dissolute together.
       
      The arising and the dissolution, is the play of the animating energy, which hereto was latent.
       
      That,...... in which all are inherent and latent,........remains unaffected by the rising and the subsequent dissolution.
       
      Just like, a wakened horse, stands.
       
      The same horse when asleep, also remains standing.
       
      The waking or sleeping of the horse, does not affect the standing position of the horse.
       
       
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